PTI will have to depart from politics of allegations, mud-slinging if it wants to take alongside opposition: Rehman Malik


Islamabad: Pakistan People’s Party stalwart and Senator Rehman Malik has said that if Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) wants to develop a working relationship with opposition then it should end the politics of leveling allegation and hurling abuses .
Talking to media men at the occasion of inaugural session of National Assembly on Monday, Malik said people of Pakistan don’t want to know that where PTI Chief will reside or where he will sleep, nation only wants there should be rule of law in the country and he should deliver what pledges he has made with them during election campaigns.
He said if PTI succeeded in changing country’s fate within a year then his party would extend full support to them adding Khan should end the politics of mud-slinging and leveling allegations and make this nation “a great one” by uniting it on one platform.
He further asserted that today country is facing threats from anti state elements externally and internally adding that Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi is facilitating banned outfit Daesh and Taliban in Afghanistan and is also sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan through “RAW”.
He said we have to face all these challenges with unity.
Responding to a question, Malik said that PTI should not scrap the national buildings as they will not allow PTI to bulldoze 5 room office of the Father of the Nation Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in governor house Sindh.


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